Ultrasonic Plastic Welding Generator

JYD-2300L includes high-frequency circuit design, automatic frequency chasing design, efficient conversion efficiency, stable amplitude output, guarantee welding, cutting quality and low fault characteristics. Features: LED frequency, current display, stable tracking of transducer parameter...
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JYD-2300L includes high-frequency circuit design, automatic frequency chasing design, efficient conversion efficiency, stable amplitude output, guarantee welding, cutting quality and low fault characteristics.

 

Features:

LED frequency, current display, stable tracking of transducer parameter changes during operation, to maximize the performance of the transducer and tool head.

Using imported high-power tube to withstand high current impact, increasing the stability of the ultrasonic generator.

With digital frequency display, the efficiency of the generator can be accurately observed.

Easy to operate, can be applied to transducers and molds of different specifications.

Easy to use, easy to maintain, reliable and durable.

 

Specification:

Model No

JYD-2300L

JYD-2300L

JYD-2300L

JYD-2300L

Ultrasonic Power

MAX200W

MAX200 W

MAX200 W

MAX200 W

Frequency

28KHz

35KHz

40KHz

60KHz

Voltage

220V/110V±10% 50Hz/60Hz

220V/110V±10% 50Hz/60Hz

220V/110V±10% 50Hz/60Hz

220V/110V±10% 50Hz/60Hz

Max current

0.8A

0.8A

0.8A

0.8A

Temperature

0-40℃

0-40℃

0-40℃

0-40℃

Dimension

338*146*201mm

338*146*201mm

338*146*201mm

338*146*201mm

 

Our company:

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FAQ:

Q: What’s the working principle of ultrasonic welding?

A: Ultrasonic welding converts a 50/60 Hz current into 15, 20, 30 or 40 KHz of electrical energy through an ultrasonic generator. The converted high frequency electrical energy is again converted by the transducer into a mechanical motion of the same frequency, and then the mechanical motion is transmitted to the welding head through a set of horn devices that can change the amplitude. The horn transfers the received vibrational energy to the joint of the workpiece to be welded, in which the vibrational energy is converted into thermal energy by friction to melt the plastic. Ultrasound can be used not only to weld hard thermoplastics, but also to fabrics and films.

 


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